The Station Theatre is a small amateur dramatics theatre located in the village of West Town, Hayling Island, Hampshire, England which is run for the people of Hayling Island. It was converted from the derelict railway goods shed into a 144 seat theatre by Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic Society (HIADS).
Coordinates: 50°47′36″N 0°59′41″W / 50.793241°N 0.994815°W / 50.793241; -0.994815
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